Photos of Nebraska plants.
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absolutely beautiful! I am a cartograper/GIS mapper that maps vegetation communities and I love the flora. Thanks for the inspiration, I see amazing beauty in the details that I was missing.
Your plant photos are stunning. Wish they had descriptions… What kind of plant is in the third photo – looks like wheat hanging on a clothes line.
Thanks Kathi – sorry about the descriptions. Couldn’t figure out an easy way to do that – will try to add captions next time. That photo is side-oats grama, a native warm-season bunchgrass.
Would have to agree with Kathy. Stunning images, beautifully done, however, labels would further enhance the galleries. Thanks.
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Love your photos. I’ve been researching prairie grasses and wildflowers of Kansas. I’m a jewelry designer and have been designing metal jewelry from prairie grasses and flower molds that I make by hand. Many times I come across seed pods that would make great textures for my jewelry, but finding out what these plants are has been difficult.
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